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San Juan pastor serves meals, Gospel after MariaSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (BP) -- Hungry and thirsty two weeks after Hurricane Maria decimated Puerto Rico, the teenage girl approached as Southern Baptist church planter Johnny Baez was serving beans, rice and filtered water.
"I'm hungry and I don't have nothing at home," she told Baez, "and I just start walking to see if I find something to eat."
Baez shared the girl's story with Baptist Press by telephone Oct. 6, recounting... Read More
Trump's immigration orders draw diverse reactions
WASHINGTON (BP) -- President Trump's immigration policy has drawn renewed focus among Baptists, with reactions to his March 6 executive order emerging and criticism of two previous executive orders voiced by a coalition of Hispanic pastors.
Trump's March 6 executive order revoked a Jan. 27 order on immigration that proved controversial and was blocked by federal courts. The new order, which would take effect March 16, imposes a 90-day "pause" on entry to the U.S. by nationals of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen -- eliminating Iraq from a list of seven restricted, Muslim-majority nations in the previous order. Read More
Hispanic Alliance launches with church-centric focusST. LOUIS (BP) -- The inaugural meeting of the Hispanic Baptist Pastors Alliance provided a night of worship and fellowship as well as insight from various SBC leaders and from key Hispanic pastors.
The alliance is a network of Hispanic Southern Baptist pastors intent on reaching their Hispanic communities with the Gospel and sharing the Word of God with their congregations, said Felix Cabrera, co-founder of the organization and lead pastor of Iglesia Bautista Central in Oklahoma City. Read More
Hispanic Baptist pastors align behind BF&M 2000
NASHVILLE (BP) -- A group of 40 Southern Baptist Hispanic pastors have aligned to equip and encourage preachers to proclaim the Gospel truth among the growing Hispanic community in the U.S.
The Hispanic Baptist Pastors Alliance will work to foster fellowship among Hispanic pastors, encourage a Great Commission mindset and nurture the soundness of "the faith once for all delivered to the saints (Jude 3)," said Felix Cabrera, a member of the alliance's four-man executive committee and pastor of Iglesia Bautista Central in Oklahoma City. Read More